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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by keltexx, Aug 3, 2001.
Yeah! I know it still sucks, but I am out of the 500's.
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How did you get the inquiry removed from those bastards at eq?
Please advise how you got the inquiry removed from Equifax. Everytime I dispute an inquiry with them I get the standard response from Glenn King.
I disputed 8 inquiries wit a phone call a week ago. They deleted all of them.
What did you say?? I can't get any inquiries removed - and they are all unauthorized or should have been consumer disclosure instead of hard inquiries.
Sorry not to respond sooner, I lost track of the thread.
I had an inquiry removed from Equifax that was placed on my report by my telephone company in April of 2000. I had been switched to another phone company without my knowledge.
I disputed about 4 other items, including another inquiry from a collection agency. I handwrote the letter. I kept the wording very simple, i.e. "This inquiry is incorrect. I did not authorize the inquiry, nor at any time was I informed that my credit report would be pulled." Delete.
Of course, the collection agency remained. The reason-"because this creditor appears on your report, we cannot delete these inquiries. This will remain for two years." So much for permissable purpose.
I am just happy to get one inquiry deletion. That, along with deletion of 3 lates, only raised my score by about 10 points.
You were able to get 8 inquiries removed from Equifax with just a telephone call? That's awsome!
Do you recall who you spoke to and what did you say to them? Thanks for your info.
Tim, If you are out there, would you mind sharing this information?